Driving On Less Than 5 Hours Sleep Poses Same Risk As Driving Drunk, AAA Study FindsAccording to a new AAA study, crash risks are nearly doubled for drivers who get less than the recommended seven hours of sleep per night, with a nearly 400 percent increase for those who missed two to three hours of sleep.
NTSB Hosts Forum To Call Attention To Drowsy DrivingThe AAA says 41 percent of drivers admit "falling asleep or nodding off" while driving at least once in their lifetime.
Seen At 11: Drowsy Drivers May Put Your Family At Risk This SummerIf your summer plans include driving you could come across a new danger on the roads this year. Certain allergy medications might be affecting users behind the wheel.
AAA Warns Of The Dangers Of Drowsy Driving AAA is spreading the word about drowsy driving after new data showed an astounding one in every six fatal crashes involved a drowsy driver.

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